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Adhesive Differences Enable Separation of Stem Cells to Advance Potential Therapies


April 7, 2013

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A new separation process that depends on an easily distinguished physical difference in adhesive forces among cells could help expand production of stem cells generated through cell reprogramming. By facilitating new research, the separation process could also lead to improvements in the reprogramming technique itself and help scientists model certain disease processes. Full Story

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Georgia Institute of Technology

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